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Lego to develop Braille and audio building instructions
20 September 2019

Lego has recently announced plans to create Braille and Audio Instructions to give people who are blind or vision impaired a chance to create Lego…Continue readingLego to devleop Braille and audio building instructions
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W3C WAI releases draft cognitive guidance for web content
20 September 2019

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) has released a draft document titled  Making Content Usable for People with Cognitive and  Learning…Continue readingW3C WAI releases draft cognitive guidance for web content
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W3C WAI Inaccessibility of CAPTCHA Note Published
26 August 2019

It’s with great pleasure I can share with you that after several years of work, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)…Continue readingW3C WAI Inaccessibility of CAPTCHA Note Published
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Affordable Access resource receives a refresh
23 August 2019

In my former role with Media Access Australia, I worked with VisAbility to project manage and write the contents of the Affordable Access resource. The…Continue readingAffordable Access resource receives a refresh
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W3C WAI expands its translation of accessibility standards and related guidance
26 July 2019

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) has recently announced a significant expansion in its translation of accessibility-related documents including new translations…Continue readingW3C WAI expands its translation of accessibility standards and related guidance
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The internet thinks you’re a robot, and other ‘dark patterns’ people with disabilities face online: ABC
14 July 2019

Interest in the area of digital access appears to be receiving more mainstream interest in Australia with the ABC writing an article relating to online…Continue readingThe internet thinks you’re a robot, and other ‘dark patterns’ people with disabilities face online: ABC
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Call for participation: UTS Disability self-employment, entrepreneurship or social enterprise research project
14 July 2019

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is currently undertaking an interesting study relating to disability self-employment, entrepreneurship or social enterprise research project. The following information…Continue readingCall for participation: UTS Disability self-employment, entrepreneurship or social enterprise research project
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